The California State Water Resources Control Board has created a webpage dedicated to the Dutra Asphalt Plant project, where all documents related to the project received by the Board will be posted.
Dutra currently has an application before the Board for a water quality certification for the project.
Reads the page introduction, “This page pertains to the Dutra Haystack Asphalt Plant Project (Project) being proposed by San Rafael Rock Quarry, Inc., DBA Dutra Materials. The proposed Project would construct an asphalt plant facility and associated conveying system on the approximately 35-acre Haystack Landing site, located at 3355 Petaluma Boulevard South.
The facility would take delivery of aggregate and sand from the existing Landing Way barge offload facility, owned by Shamrock Materials, Inc. and located at 210 Landing Way.
The aggregate material would be transferred by an enclosed electric conveyor on the Landing Way property, over the Barton property to the south, across the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit right-of-way, to the Haystack Landing site to the west. Construction of the Project would permanently impact 1.37 acres of seasonal wetlands.
The Water Board is currently reviewing the application for a water quality certification for the Project. If you have any questions, please contact Xavier Fernandez at 510-622-5685 or email at Xavier.Fernandez@waterboards.ca.gov.”
To receive updates when new documents are added to the site, follow the instructions via the “Email Subscriptions” link under “Resources” on the website’s column on the left side.
Thanks to the Petaluma River Council’s David Keller for the heads-up.